Your Baker Preferred to Remain Private

Not all our bakers have signed up to “Who’s Your Baker?” programme due to social stigma or bad experience of being identified as someone with disability.

Many of our bakers have invisible disability such as cognitive or mental health. They have been discriminated in the past due to their invisible disabilities even when they have the required qualifications for the jobs.

It goes to show that we have a lot of work to do in New Zealand, that we must learn to accept and enjoy each other’s differences, and use that to connect us than to separate us.

What can you do to help breakdown social stigma?

  1. Know the facts. Educate yourself and challenge your old beliefs.
  2. Be aware of your attitudes and behaviour.
  3. Choose your words carefully.
  4. Educate others.
  5. Focus on the positive.
  6. Support people.
  7. Include everyone.

You can help to build their confidence,
empower them and encourage them by thanking them on Facebook or write your comments below.


Comments 35

  1. Thank you so much for our baking! The cookies are delicious-so cute and tiny. And we can’t wait to try our cups out. Love your work 🤗

    1. Kia ora Kathryne and Ella! So glad you enjoyed them! Do let us know your thoughts on the cups at some point too! – S

    1. Kia ora Leigh! Happy belated birthday, I hope you had the best one! Nga mihi – S

  2. I met your team at New World Remuera today and loved the samples so much I bought a pack to share with my friends. Everyone thinks they are delicious!

    1. Kia ora Annelise! It was great to meet you and your friends, thanks for supporting us! – S

  3. Thank you so much for making these delicious cookies! I shared them with my loved ones and we all enjoyed the them. These cookies are so yummy and they brighten up my day. Will definitely buy more 🙂

    1. Kia ora Andrea! What a lovely message, thanks so much! We hope to continue brightening your day… Thank you for all the support – S

    1. Kia ora Jennifer, we’re thrilled you enjoyed your cookies. Thank you for your support 🤗 – S

  4. Although I didn’t get to meet my baker wanted to shout out anyway, these cookies are delicious and you can feel the love as soon as you open the packet! Ka pai

    1. Kia ora Kirst! We appreciate you leaving such a lovely message and will pass this onto the rest of our bakers… Thank you! Nga mihi – S

  5. I have a child with intolerances to some food additives and some preservatives. It’s so hard to find ready made products that won’t make him sick. I really appreciate that your cookies have no additives and preservatives or added colours. Finally, cookies I can trust. And so yummo too. Thank you so much.

    1. Kia ora Kathy, and wow, thanks for the fantastic feedback. We’re so glad that your son has been able to enjoy our cookies. Our bakers appreciate your continued support. Nga mihi – S

    1. Kia ora Helen! Glad you enjoyed your cookies. Thank you for your support, we really appreciate it. – S

    1. Kia ora Janette. Thank you for your message, our bakers love receiving feedback like this! – S

    1. Kia ora Antoinette, and right back at you! Thank you for your support – S

    1. Kia ora Codey. Thanks for encouraging message! Glad you liked your cookies! – S

    1. Kia Ora Gabrielle. We’re chuffed you liked our cookies. Thanks for your support! – S

    1. Kia ora Sarah! Rest assured, all our bakers will share in your encouraging feedback. Thank you! – S

  6. Thank you to our baker who wished to remain private. They are delicious cookies and I can’t wait to buy more!

    1. Kia ora Sarah, and thanks for your message. Can’t wait to bake your next batch, we look forward to hearing from you soon! – S

  7. I ordered a package of butter cookies and they were absolutely phenomenal. My wife and I both are thoroughly enjoying the taste.

    I will be buying these again for sure and the fact it supports an excellent cause is just a bonus on the top.

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